The frequency of cleaning your product will vary according to the required appearance and environment. Where salts/ pollutants are more prevalent, such as seaside and industrial areas, a cleaning program should be carried out more frequently. When moving furniture be careful not to drag the item.
Wash regularly with warm soapy water and mild detergent using a soft cloth. Always rinse well with water, to remove remaining detergent. Avoid scratching the surface by dry dusting. Do not allow dirt to accumulate, dry out and harden. Abrasive cleaning agents are not recommended.
Wash regularly with soapy water or detergent using a soft clean cloth, and if necessary, a 3M Scotch Brite Pad. Remove non washable deposits on stainless steel surface with an approved cleaner eg: 3M Stainless cleaner, Jif, or Ajax. Clean in one direction only, along the original polish lines. Rinse well with water. Abrasive cleaning products are not recommended. Do not allow dirt to accumulate, dry out and harden.
Timber – Solid + Veneer
As timber is sealed with a protective polyurethane lacquer the only maintenance required is to regularly wipe timber with a damp cloth to remove dust and dirt. For more stubborn stains use hot water and household detergent, then remove with clean water. Repeat several times if necessary. Oils or other polishes are not necessary. Avoid contact with liquid, heat and keep out of direct sunlight. Abrasive cleaning products are not recommended. For outdoor applications keep furniture in covered areas away from direct sunlight for extended periods.
Brass/ Copper – Coated
Brass + copper products that are finished with a clear coat of lacquer designed to be applied to these metals. Gently wipe clean with a soft cloth on a regular basis to remove dust and dirt particles Damp sponge can be used to wipe over, but please ensure a dry cloth is used afterwards, so the metal is not left damp.
Brass + Copper – Uncoated
Brass + copper products that are left uncoated, will require to be cleaned from time to time – if you are wanting to remove marks and discolouration, which is caused by the oxidisation natural process. It is a simple process that should not be a deterrent, if you want to maintain it’s natural polished of satin finish.
- Protect from direct sunlight, heating and weather
- Dust on a regular basis with a clean dry cloth
- Gently remove all spills immediately with dry clean cloth
- Do not scrub or rub hard
- Do not use damp cloth
- Do not use shoe polish, saddle soap or unidentified leather cleaners, pastes or abrasives
- Use leather cleaners only in strict accordance with manufacturer’s instructions
- Regularly clean contact areas (arms/headrests) to avoid build-up of perspiration and body oils
- Dust before cleaning
- When vacuuming use soft attachment
- We recommend cleaning by specialists using only leather care products appropriate to leather type
- Dry in shade away from heat
- Clean as above
- Professional cleaning may be required for persistent stains
- Pure Aniline
Fabric (Wool and Velvet)
- Protect from direct sunlight
- Vacuum regularly using low suction
- Rotate reversible cushions regularly
- Professional cleaning recommended
- Do not remove covers for separate cleaning
- Do not use dishwashing or laundry detergents
- Do not saturate the fabric or wet filling
- Wipe gently, do not rub
- Dry in shade away from direct heat and sunlight
- Allow to dry thoroughly before re-use
- Gently vacuum to restore pile
- Treat spills and stains as soon as possible
- Gently scrape soil or mop liquid from the fabric
- Do not scrub
- Apply cleaning agents strictly according to instructions to remove the residue of the spill
- May be spot cleaned with dry-cleaning solvent